As we strap ourselves in for the season of everything pumpkin spice, this weekend finds the RIHI Remote Team scattered across southern New England, covering two separate events. Whether you’re a fan of seafood, juggling clowns, or live musical entertainment, excitement of many different tastes awaits! As always, our Remote Team will be on hand ready to handle all home improvement inquires, including how to prepare your roof for winter.
First stop on the whirlwind weekend tour finds us at the Rhode Island Seafood Festival. Providence has done a beautiful job upgrading India Point Park, and this event provides the perfect chance to enjoy it. Showcasing a collection of seafood restaurants from the city and beyond, India Point will be bursting with lobster rolls, shrimp of all sizes, and Rhode Island’s favorite: clam cakes and chowder. Enjoy the breeze coming off Narragansett Bay with the delicacy of your choosing as you wander over to our RIHI kiosk. We’ll discuss our Protec roofing system and how it’s the perfect answer to your home’s protection while sharing a few crab legs.
If either Cape Cod or the South Shore is on your agenda you’ll want to make time to swing through the West Bridgewater Park Day—especially if you’re a music fan. This year’s Park Day boasts live bands covering music from the last five decades of the twentieth century. We’re talking about rock, jazz, country, oldies—not to mention our Remote Team singing acapella tunes about our Protec replacement windows and their amazing R values. The Park Day isn’t just for music fans, however. You’ll also find clowns, jugglers, pony rides, magicians and something that seems inherent to many of these Massachusetts shows we do: duck races. I, for one, wish the Park Days would combine the aforementioned activities into one performer. Who wouldn’t love a pony-riding clown who juggles magic tricks while racing against a bunch of ducks? Now, that would be a show!
As always, if you’re not out and about this weekend you can reach us at 401-739-1001 for all your home improvement questions and estimates. We would like to encourage everyone to get out there, though, and enjoy summer’s fleeting days and nights.